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Xc70 2006 rumble from haldex

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Old Mar 22nd, 2024, 17:40   #1
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Default Xc70 2006 rumble from haldex

Soo guys thought I'd post here too, since I got the car 2minths ago I've had what can only be described as a wheelbearing rumble.
At 1st thought it was the front as when I touch the brake pedal it stopped.
So I put the car on a ramp and all 4 wheels turn when in drive.but same again when it gets to 30mph exactly the rumble starts.when I pulled the handbrake it stopped.not a wheelbearing as 1st thought....only thing was rear after a bit of digging I thought haldex. Now here's where it becomes odd the fuse 7.5amp was in it holder with a jumper wire on it.fuse is fine. Pulled it all out and now no rumble at all.why would a jumper wire be in the fuse.goingbto replace the fuse tommorow and see what happens.
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